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, and our growth is at 1.2%. he should resign. >> that was rudy giuliani yesterday at a romney rally in westchester, ohio, attacking the president for his economic record and his hand 8ing of the attack in benghazi. with just three days left in the campaign, welcome to the silliest of the silly season. jonathan, i mean, look, rudy giuliani, it's been a minute since we've been able to play some rudy giuliani on this. but the indignation that he should resign when the economic growth is so bad not taking into consideration the trajectory of the economy since the president took office. >> here's the thing. rudy giuliani is filling the void left by chris christie. we haven't seen rudy giuliani in a long time. that's something you would have heard chris christie say prehurricane sandy. mayor giuliani, it let into that void willingly, happeningly, explodingly. >> i will say this, head explosions aside, there is a lot of indignation and a lot of keyed up romney supporters but the candidate himself is taking the stump in colorado springs right now for a campaign rally with his wife ann. let
rudy giuliani hitting the campaign trail for governor romney in ohio today. he joins us from cincinnati. nice to see you, mr. mayor. >> nice to see you, greta, how are you? >> very well. before we get to your statements just a second ago and looks like you are not taking any prisoners on that. you were at a rally tonight for the governor. i'm curious who else was there and how many people. did you you get a look at the crowd? >> 30 to 35,000. there for three, three and a half hours in kind of cold weather. didn't bother them at all. just about every republican you can think of was here. john mccain. john kasich the governor, senator portman, senator graham. republicans from all over the country. they are all going to leave here and fan out over the country in support of mitt romney. i will be in wisconsin tomorrow. florida the next day. maybe pennsylvania. they are going to probably decide that as we move along. but the idea was all of the supporters here tonight supporting mitt romney and paul ryan and starting tomorrow morning they will all be in the different parts of the country pro
should resign. >> now, we're obviously concerned for the mental health of rudy giuliani, but we also know that he loves opera and he appeared to be close to some kind of physical explosion. >> i mean, in all seriousness, though, i think that is a perfect example of why the romney team is going to lose, because the republicans are not living in the world of reality. you know, the base so hates the president with such a visceral, gutteral hatred they can't understand that most of the country likes this president, wants him to succeed. thinks he's a good guy who is trying hard. and so you can't think that -- you can't have that hatred and come up with a compelling message that appealing to centrist voters who you need to win over to your side. >> we've seen in ohio where there's been a little bit of a backlash with the jeep ads that jonathan was mentioning because they're such blatant lies that the head of gm and chrysler had to come out. there's a population growing in america saying, wow, you might want to chill that hate down a little bit. it's a little daunting. you can almost see voters
that bloomberg is no rudy giuliani. he is not even rudy from the "cosby show." his life is shaped by what you talk about at a cocktail part party. climate change, or fad diet of the american public. the world can survive with one less marathon. i don't think we should be sacrificing the help and safety of others to cater to this. >> andrea: greg brings up a great point. new york city marathon still has not been canceled. there was one report that some marathon runners trying to get rooms they reserved and staten island hotel worker said no, i have evacuees that are homeless. wife hasn't the mayor canceled this yet? >> dana: on the day after the storm, i assumed it would be canceled. it e-mailed a friend of mine, her sister was running and i said sorry you're not running the marathon this year. she says no, the marathon is still on. i was surprised. i disagree having the marathon. it doesn't make sense. it try to put myself in mayor's shoes or shoes of the runner. i'm not a runner. my feet won't fit. i understand that they would like to have a goal, they want to continue on. they have all sort
york city mayor rudy giuliani knocking it off right now in preparation for mitt romney's speech. so, of course, with just four days until election day, the romney campaign is looking to fire up its base as well as courting independents. but as "the wall street journal" recently suggested evangelical christians could be the secret voting bloc that puts romney over the top. this from a column by deputy editorial page editor, dan henneger. we welcome century strategy ceo ralph reid, founder and chairman of the faith and freedom coalition. good evening, ralph. ralph, as i understand it, you believe a resurgent evangelical vote can take over ohio, pennsylvania, and wisconsin, three massively important states. >> well, and i would also, larry, add iowa to that mix. and i think it's a big reason why north carolina, which obama carried four years ago, as you know, has moved off the table. i think it's a big reason why the safe betting today in both parties is that florida is moving away from obama. the evangelical vote is 44% of the vote in north carolina. that state is now gone. he was the
hitters taking the stage behind me, rudy giuliani was out here earlier, bob mcdonnell, governor of virginia. kid rock kicked off this event earlier. not sure if we will see a gop version of "we are the world" but there is representation from just about every battleground state and the reason why is because if the romney campaign can't win ohio, they've got to cobble together a collection of other states to make the math work and that is basically the agenda for the next three days. >> jessica, what are you hearing from the obama campaign about how they feel about ohio? >> reporter: well, you constantly hear about the poll numbers, the early vote. there are so many numbers being thrown out by this campaign, sometimes you feel like you're at the betting track. but the bottom line is, it's a confidence game by both sides and they do point out that yes, the president is consistently up even if it's within the margin of error, consistently up in every ohio poll you look at. and that they have the advantage with the ground game. and also, as we pointed out before with the auto bailout
of the republican party. a show of force in this race to the finish. among them, former new york mayor rudy giuliani, who continued the criticism of the administration's handling of the attack in benghazi. >> i think some americans who did not have to die may have died because of incompetence in the white house. >> reporter: romney has not mentioned the situation in libya since the debate. that comes in stark contrast to the other this week. one of romney's supporters, republican governor chris christie, applauding the president. >> i'll reach out to both sides of the aisle. i'll reach across the aisle in washington. i'll endeavor to find those good men and women on both sides of the aisle. >> reporter: governor romney in new hampshire today. he'll be here on the eve of the election. the president here tomorrow. they are taking those four electoral votes very seriously. particularly in a race, as you know, is a dead-heat as we head into election day. >> hard to believe, only three days left. david, thank you. >>> joining us now for more on this is abc political consultant matthew dowd. good morning,
: well, you know, he said earlier, he said i remember rudy giuliani who was the mayor at the time telling him after 9/11 they went ahead with the marathon. and it's something that new yorkers need. it's a symbol of new york saying we're still here. we're going to move on. but there was more time between 9/11 and the new york city marathon. and all criticism all day to say how is it that you maintain this marathon when you need emergency services and generators and we've got all these people without it. look, good on mayor bloomberg for taking that criticism and having discussions and meetings and making a different decision. i think you could have swung both ways. a lot of people said new york carries on always no matter what. but sandy is turning out to be more devastating than people expected on monday. looks like they've made a sound decision, wolf. >> in a statement that they're putting out, they're making it clear that, yes, they cannot allow what was going onto continue. let me read the statement to you. i just got a copy of it, ali, i want to read it to our viewers as well. this is
. and there's no better example of that than someone i completely disagree with, mayor rudy giuliani during 9/11 who went down there and did the right thing in many ways that helped a lot of people and guided them through it. so i just -- i kind of think the talk about the silliness between the governors and the president and the mayors and the president is wrong. there are political motivations, they should be ashamed of themselves. >> i felt that in 2004 when ivan came and tore through pensacola, florida, with jeb bush. you know, tom, this leadership thing is something that you don't get in a resume. you see it. jeb bush had it in florida in 2004. and to be really blunt, his brother as well as the governor of louisiana and the mayor of new orleans did not have it in 2005. this is when people need comforting. >> yeah. it's an instinct. on the other hand, george bush 43 had his best moment, i always thought, at ground zero when he put his arm around that fireman that day and said, "i can hear you, and they're going to be hearing you in other parts of the world." that was enormous symbolism fo
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